ACE-ing Technology: What you need to know to meet CBP’s 2016 single window mandate

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Speakers

Suzanne Richer

Director, Trade Advisory Practice, Amber Road

Suzanne M. Richer joined Amber Road in 2015 to lead the development of a Trade Advisory Practice. She is a licensed customs broker and Certified Classification Specialist™ (CCLS™). Ms. Richer has extensive experience in advising corporations on Focused Assessments, C-TPAT cargo security applications and validations, and the Importer Self-Assessment (ISA) program. She has conducted over 3,000 hours of training, and has authored 12 books on international trade. Prior to joining Amber Road, Ms. Richer established Customs & Trade Solutions, Inc. During her eighteen years as a trade advisor, she led C-TPAT validations all over the world, and guided many firms into the coveted Tier 3 status of the program. Her work in ISA has earned many of her clients the title of Trusted Partner with Customs and Border Protection.

Ty Bordner

VP, Solutions Consulting & Product Marketing, Amber Road

Ty Bordner, Vice President of Solutions Consulting, has over 19 years of experience in the Global Trade Management software market. At Amber Road, he is responsible for customer and prospect focused solution creation. Prior to joining Amber Road, Ty spent 10 years with JPMorgan Chase Vastera in various leadership roles, including oversight for Engineering, Solutions Consulting and Product Management. During his tenure he helped manage the company through multiple growth stages from startup, through IPO, to achieving annual revenues in excess of $80 million. Prior to joining Vastera, Ty worked for GXS (formerly GE Information Services). Ty holds a bachelor's degree in mathematics from Longwood University, and a master's degree in computer science from Johns Hopkins University.

Eric Kulisch

Trade and Transportation Editor, American Shipper

Served as technology and logistics reporter at Transport Topic, 2001-2003. Prior to that, he wrote for info tech magazine Civics.com and Defense News. Eric joined American Shipper as associate editor in January 2003. He specializes in coverage of customs and border control matters, homeland security, and integrated carrier activities.


ACE-ing Technology: What you need to know to meet CBP’s 2016 single window mandate

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Date: 3/23/2016
Start Time: 2:00 PM EDT
Duration: 60 minutes

If you’re having trouble keeping pace with the rollout of U.S. Customs and Border Protection’s single window initiative rollout, you’re not alone. In early February, CBP announced a new implementation schedule for its Automated Commercial Environment (ACE), another delay in a program that is guaranteed to impact every U.S. importer.

For shippers that self-file, it’s critical to keep abreast of the fast-moving targets, and to know how to undertake entry filing in the new system. It’s also vital to know how ACE will impact filing with so-called partner government agencies (PGAs).

This one-hour session will delve into specifics of the ACE implementation, best practices for filing in an electronic environment, and how investment in trade management technology can facilitate smoother process transition. This event is targeted at shippers that manage their own trade compliance function and third party service providers looking to better understand the role technology plays in complying with ACE mandates.

Highlights include:

How technology can streamline your inbound supply chain effectively by:

  • Identifying PGAs that affect your imports

  • Managing the information needed to support the PGA requirements

  • Communicating the PGA information to customs

The session will also explore the updated ACE implementation schedule, how ACE data can improve trade and compliance, how CBP targets firms for risk via ACE, and the effect of the single window on data sharing.


Speakers

Suzanne Richer

Director, Trade Advisory Practice, Amber Road

Suzanne M. Richer joined Amber Road in 2015 to lead the development of a Trade Advisory Practice. She is a licensed customs broker and Certified Classification Specialist™ (CCLS™). Ms. Richer has extensive experience in advising corporations on Focused Assessments, C-TPAT cargo security applications and validations, and the Importer Self-Assessment (ISA) program. She has conducted over 3,000 hours of training, and has authored 12 books on international trade. Prior to joining Amber Road, Ms. Richer established Customs & Trade Solutions, Inc. During her eighteen years as a trade advisor, she led C-TPAT validations all over the world, and guided many firms into the coveted Tier 3 status of the program. Her work in ISA has earned many of her clients the title of Trusted Partner with Customs and Border Protection.

Ty Bordner

VP, Solutions Consulting & Product Marketing, Amber Road

Ty Bordner, Vice President of Solutions Consulting, has over 19 years of experience in the Global Trade Management software market. At Amber Road, he is responsible for customer and prospect focused solution creation. Prior to joining Amber Road, Ty spent 10 years with JPMorgan Chase Vastera in various leadership roles, including oversight for Engineering, Solutions Consulting and Product Management. During his tenure he helped manage the company through multiple growth stages from startup, through IPO, to achieving annual revenues in excess of $80 million. Prior to joining Vastera, Ty worked for GXS (formerly GE Information Services). Ty holds a bachelor's degree in mathematics from Longwood University, and a master's degree in computer science from Johns Hopkins University.

Eric Kulisch

Trade and Transportation Editor, American Shipper

Served as technology and logistics reporter at Transport Topic, 2001-2003. Prior to that, he wrote for info tech magazine Civics.com and Defense News. Eric joined American Shipper as associate editor in January 2003. He specializes in coverage of customs and border control matters, homeland security, and integrated carrier activities.
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